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Fishes Raised in Flames of War
2021-07-05
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Fishes Raised in Flames of War

 
An official of the Supreme Headquarters in charge of supply services received an order from President Kim Il Sung on April 15, 1953 amidst the Fatherland Liberation War.
The order was on carrying dozens of fishes alive from a fish farm.
He ran to the fish farm pleasantly for it was the birthday anniversary of the President.
On his arrival with the fishes the President pleasantly told to bring the fishes to a pond.
The President personally came to the pond and said to the official putting the fishes into the pond those were very good tasty fishes.
From then on, the President personally studied the fishes’ mode of life.
 The official in charge of supply at last knew that the President ordered him to bring the fishes to breed them personally in the flames of war to supply the people with fishes of higher quality.

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